WHY VISIT MASOALA PENINSULA
Accessible only by boat or foot, making this one of the more remote destinations.
Stunning coastline with dramatic backdrop of thickly forested mountains.
The largest remaining block of protected rainforest in Madagascar.
Eleven species of lemurs including Aye Aye.
The fantastic Leaf-tailed Gecko and vibrant Panther Chameleon.
Swimming, snorkeling and kayaking in the warm Indian Ocean.
Easily combined with a safari in Southern Africa.
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Top Birds of MASOALA PENINSULA
- Helmet and Bernier’s Vanga
- Madagascar Crested Ibis
- Red-breasted Coua
- Red Owl
- Scaly, Rufous and Short-legged Ground-Roller
- Madagascar Pygmy Kingfisher
Top Mammals of MASOALA PENINSULA
- Aye Aye
- Red and Black-and-white Ruffed Lemur
- Scott’s Sportive Lemur
- White-fronted Lemur
- Lowland Streaked Tenrec
- Madagascar Flying Fox
FEATURED LODGE of MASOALA PENINSULA
Masoala Forest Lodge
The spectacular rainforest covered peninsula on Madagascar’s northeast coast forms the backdrop for Masoala Forest Lodge. Accessible only by foot or by sea, with a maximum capacity of just 12 guests, the lodge is a haven of tranquility. A place to relax, explore and connect with the natural world in all of its primordial splendour.